Employees are the driving force in all organisations. They are the definitive line between profitability and loss, and should any illness befall them, you can expect that your bottom line will drop drastically. Workplace wellness programme supporters understand that, and so they champion wellbeing through workplace fitness programmes and medical schemes. Mental health is also increasingly being adopted into workplace wellness programmes.
Moving jobs, or even careers, is a big change, and one that deserves serious thought whatever your stage in life. Taking the time to think about what you’re looking for in your new role will maximise the chance that your move will be successful and impactful in the long term.
You have found the perfect job and managed to secure an interview…but are you right for each other?
The majority of organisations spend time and effort searching for the right candidates which fit in with their mission statement and culture, but how much research should you do prior to your interview?
Your recruitment company will be able to point you in the right direction, as they have been fully briefed by the client; however, there are a few steps you can take to make sure you and your chosen company are a perfect fit.
Attracting the right kind of employees is vital for the sustainability and growth of any business. Global companies who turn huge profits are naturally in a strong position to attract a high standard of candidate. The ability to offer an attractive salary in an appealing role is what most job hunters are on the lookout for.
There are a number of reasons why you might choose to take on a temporary role, even if it’s not related to your chosen career path. Temping is a great chance to strengthen your soft skills and it’s always good to get experience, no matter where it is!
It is said that a huge percentage of people currently in school or at a university will end up working career paths that currently do not exist. This saying was coined some 10 or 20 years ago and referred – accurately – to the precipitous boom in information technology, but it is still valid today for a vast range of industries. One of the sectors poised to boom in this dramatic manner is the Renewable Energy field.
When you’re running a business, there are a million tasks you could, should or are doing every day, and there is always something extra on top. Building a great team to help share the load is key to growing your company and ensuring its success, and that’s where a recruitment company comes in.
Writing a good CV is very important when you want to apply for a new job. It is the best way to introduce your experience and skills to a prospective employer and the primary method of selling yourself to a company. You may have the qualifications and skills needed for a job, but without an up to scratch CV, you won’t even make it to the interview stage. Creating a great looking CV is easier than it may appear. All it takes is some practice and these useful tips:
Time management is a key area to get right. Ensuring you prioritise, delegate where appropriate and produce work on time and budget are crucial factors in delivering successful projects or becoming a strong leader and manager.
We all think we’re worth more money in the workplace, but the difficulty is convincing the boss to feel the same way. Having ‘the talk’ with your manager is often a nerve-racking experience, but it really shouldn’t have to be. Here we look at eight steps you can take to ensure this conversation is a positive one and, fingers crossed, to help you come out of it with the raise you had in mind.